ON GAMING

Non-fiction:

Fiction:

  • Coming soon!


The following set of reviews were completed in grad school for my Master of Science in Library and Information Science degree:

Guile by Cooper Constance
One for Sorrow by Mary Downing Hahn
Dream Animals: A Bedtime Journey by Emily Winfield Martin
Lumberjanes, Vol 1: Beware the Kitten Holy by Noelle Stevenson; Grace Ellis
Lumberjanes, Vol 1: Beware the Kitten Holy by Noelle Stevenson; Grace Ellis

soon

I will be curating reading lists on various topics here, as well as sharing pieces of my graduate school portfolio. I believe reading contributes to play because it can expand our worlds, open our minds, and challenge our imaginations and each of these things can contribute to play and games. Storytelling itself is an integral ingredient in many games.